How to Add a Checkout Page Step to Sales Funnel

Adding a checkout page to your sales funnel in SellKit is a vital step in guiding your customers through the buying process. Here is a step-by-step guide to help you integrate a checkout page into your sales funnel:

Step 1: Access Your Funnel

Navigate to the SellKit panel within your WordPress dashboard. Look for the Funnels option in the SellKit menu and click on it. Then, select the funnel you wish to edit.

Step 2: Add a New Step to Your Funnel

Once you're in the funnel's flow editor, click on the plus icon (+) to add a new step. A pop-up titled "Add a New Step" will appear, showcasing different types of pages you can add to your funnel.

Step 3: Select the Checkout Page

In the "Add a New Step" pop-up, select the Checkout icon to add a checkout step to your funnel. A new dialog box will prompt you to give this step a name. Enter an appropriate name for your checkout page, such as "Pet Food Checkout," and then click the Create button.

Step 4: Design Your Checkout Page

After you have added the checkout step, you'll see it represented as a new node in your funnel flow. Click on the checkout step to configure it. You will be taken to a screen with several tabs: Design, Products, Optimization, and Bump.

  • Design: Here you can design or customize the checkout page. You'll have options to edit with Elementor, edit with Block Editor, or use a pre-designed template. Choose your preferred method and design your checkout page to match your funnel's aesthetic and your brand's image.

Step 5: Add Products to Your Checkout Page

Click on the Products tab to add the products you want to sell through this funnel.

  • Click on Add Product.
  • In the "Add Product" dialog box, you can search for the product you want to add. Once you've found it, select it, and it will be added to your checkout page.

Step 6: Optimize Your Checkout Page

Under the Optimization tab, you can configure various options to optimize your checkout process. This could include auto-applying coupons to make the buying process smoother and setting an expiration date for the checkout to create urgency.

Step 7: Set Up Order Bumps

If you wish to include an order bump, navigate to the Bump tab. An order bump is an additional offer presented to customers during the checkout process, which can increase the average order value.

Step 8: Save Your Changes

After setting up your checkout page, products, and optimization options, make sure to click the Save Changes button to apply your configurations.

Final Step: Preview and Test

Before going live, always preview your checkout page to ensure everything looks and works as expected. Go through the checkout process to test that the flow is smooth and all elements are functioning correctly.

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